Monthly Archives: March 2013
Flat, marshy land where rivers seem to lay rather than run and trees filled with moss line the streets as if it’s a scene in a movie, that’s what I saw as I drove the Lowcountry. It includes the beautiful … Continue reading
I’m doing my best to visit a library in each state and talk with a librarian, preferably a children’s librarian. This is one area of my trip that is a work in progress. I haven’t quite nailed down the purpose … Continue reading
In Pat Conroy’s South of Broad, he refers to Charleston as the Mansion on the River. I’ve been listening to this book on audible.com as I drive the southern highways and byways. Not only is listening to books in the … Continue reading
The highway offers an array of places to stop for gas, food and to stretch your legs. I believe, South of the Border, in South Carolina (just south of the North Carolina border) is one of the oddest.
Rain, all day Sunday it rained. I like to read the New York Times, drink tea and cook on rainy Sundays. I knew the trip would have some bad weather. I’ve started off in March, but I did hope that … Continue reading
Maryland’s eastern seaboard, along with most of Delaware and a bit of Virginia is a combination of farms, fishing and beach towns. After the nail biting 4.3 mile drive across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge where I was in the one … Continue reading